Tag Archives: Zsh

Install Homebrew for Linux in Azure Cloud Shell

As macOS user you properly know Homebrew the package manager and you might know that you can install it also on Linux. The Azure Cloud Shell is based on an Ubuntu image, but has some special requirements where to store data that should be persisted throughout your sessions. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cloud-shell/persisting-shell-storage#how-cloud-shell-storage-works Therefore, Read more [...]

Using the Powerlevel10k theme in Azure Cloud Shell

Last year I have written a blog post about setting up the Zsh with Oh My Zsh in Azure Cloud Shell. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/setting-up-zsh-with-oh-my-zsh-in-azure-cloud-shell/ Recently, I switched to the Powerlevel10k theme and ran through the setup wizard to generate a configuration with a lean prompt style. -> https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k Before, I used the Read more [...]

Setting up Zsh with Oh My Zsh in Azure Cloud Shell

As you might know I recently switched jobs and now working primarily with a MacBook Pro at LeanIX. So, I am using the Zsh in my day to day work and wanted to have the same experience in Azure Cloud Shell as well. Per default the Azure Cloud Shell starts with a Bash environment, but also supports the Zsh. I have written a shell script to set up Oh My Zsh, kubectx, kubens, krew and Linkerd in Azure Read more [...]